Great Smoky Mountains (N.C. and Tenn.).
Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of photographs, newspaper clippings, typed accounts, and memorabilia from Hesler family during the years 1888-1970.
This collection contains correspondence, manuscripts, articles, newsclippings, pamphlets, and books concerning author Laura Thornburgh and her book, The Great Smoky Mountains.
This collection documents the life and work of May Justus and consists of correspondence to and from Justus, contracts, manuscripts, photographs, articles about her, and a
bibliobiography thesis about her life and work.
This collection houses poetry, correspondence, and a decoupage made with tatted lace documenting the life and work of Tennessee author May Justus.
This collection includes articles, images, videos, and personal writings pertaining to the Oakley family and the Smoky Mountains. Harvey Oakley (1918–2007), Wiley Oakley (1885–1954), and Rebecca Anne Ogle Oakley (1890–1980) are the main family members of focus.
This collection, the Paul J. Adams Papers, 1921-2016, is composed of early notes and manuscripts, correspondence from Paul J. Adams to Mrs. Arnold C. Moore (Theodosia Sister Moore), and a couple of items concerning Paul J. Adams' influence on the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The collection includes copies of Adams' book Mt. LeConte and relates to Adams and his 50th Anniversary hike up Mount LeConte in July 1975.
Philip and Ruth Ewald collected these newspapers, maps, and various proposals, reports, and recommendations documenting the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. The materials date from 1953 to 1984 and focus on a decision made in about 1965 to build a road on park land from Townsend to Bryson City. The collection also houses several drafts of a General Management Plan for the park and materials showing the discussion surrounding it.
This collection consists of 21 black and white pictures of the Great Smoky Mountains, various parks in Tennessee, trails, ducks, and fish. Many photographs include a description. The bulk of these photos look to be from the mid-1900s however no dates are given.
The collection consists of one folder with correspondence between Dr. Ralph M. Sargent and Carlos C. Campbell that mostly pertain to botany, nature, collaboration for Great Smoky Mountains Wildflowers, or personal correspondence.
This collection houses a wealth of photographs that Robert Coe took of various TVA projects in the 1940s in addition to several graphs and maps.
This collection houses Smoky Mountains Hiking Club Handbooks, newsletters, pocket maps, and guides to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park assembled by Ruth Z. Ewald.
The collection consists of two color photographs of campers in the Great Smoky Mountains, taken by the Knoxville photographer Skeet Tallent.
This collection consists of a print by artist Elizabeth Ellison of Smoky Jack, of Paul J. Adams' Smoky Jack: The Adventures of a Dog and His Master on Mount Le Conte, published by the University of Tennessee Press.
This collection documents the activities of the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club from its inception in the 1920s through the 2010s. It includes materials such as correspondence, administrative files, photographs, handbooks, and more.
This collection consists of newsletters published by the Smoky Mountains Hiking Club between 1948 and 1979. It also includes two pamplets published by the Great Smoky Mountains Natural History Association, entitled
Junglebrook Nature Trail and
This pamphlet titled The Blossom Trail was printed by the Eastern National Parks Association in 1930. It is an overview of several popular spots in North Carolina section of the Smoky Mountains and The Shenandoah Mountains in Virginia.